The UGA Center for Simulational Physics will hold its 30th annual workshop Feb. 20-24. “Recent Developments in Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics” will highlight advances in applications, algorithms and parallel uses of computer simulation methods.
While the CSP and workshop were established for the study of condensed matter systems, trends and developments in science have opened this pursuit to a variety of disciplines, including biological processes.
This year, the roster of invited speakers represents institutions from Georgia Tech to the University of Tokyo as well as a presentation from a former dean of science from the Universidade Federale de Minas Gerais in Brazil, an institution with which UGA has been developing strong ties. Participants from every populated continent have registered for the workshop.
All workshop discussions and presentations will take place at the CSP in the physics building on Sanford Drive. A reception will be held Feb. 22 for workshop participants. Registration is free for UGA students and faculty. Details are at csp.uga.edu.